THE AGE OF THE REFORMATION 

Source Review 10:             Lindberg, Ch. 10   The Reformation in France

Read the Source Materials and Select the sentence/passage which you belief sums up the central argument of the author 
 
 

10.1 Jacques Lefevre (c. 1455-1536) Commentary on the Epistles of St. Paul (1512)

 
 

 

10.2 Lefevre: Preface to Latin Commentary on the Gospels (1522)

 
 

 

10.3 Lefevre: Letters to Farel (1524)

 
 

 

10.4 The Sorbonne Condemnation of Lefevre's "Fifty-Two Sundays" (1525)

 
 

 

10.5 Florimond de Raemond: Heresy at Meaux

 
 

 

10.6 The Message of the Placards

 

 

10.7 Letter to Geneva from Five Evangelical Students Imprisioned in Lyon (July 1552)

 
 

 

10.8 Letter from Nicolas de Gallars, Pastor in Paris, to His Genevan Colleagues (September 7. 1557)

 
 

 

10.9 Calvin's Response to Des Gallars (September 16, 1557)

 
 

 

10.10 Letter from the Company of Pastors to the Church in Paris (September 16, 1557)

 
 

 

10.11 The French Confession of Faith (1559)

 
 

 

10.12 The Report of the Venetian Ambassador in France (1561)

 
 

 

10.13 Michel de L'Hopital: Speech to the Estates-General of Orleans (December 13, 1560)

 
 

 

10.14 Beza's Account of the Colloquy of Poissy (September 9 - October 18, 1561)

 
 

 

10.15 St. Bartholomew's Eve (From Amsterdam, August 30, 1572)

 
 

 

10.16 The Duke of Sully's Account of the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre

 
 

 

10.17 The Murder of Henry, Third Duke of Guise, at Blois (December 23, 1588)

 

 

10.18 Report of the Assassination of Henry III (August 1, 1589)

 

 

10.19 Henry IV Ascends the Throne (September, 1589)

 

 

10.20 Henry IV Becomes a Catholic (August, 1593)

 

 

10.21 The Pope's Pardon for Henry IV (September, 1595)

 

 

10.22 The Edict of Nantes (April 13, 1598)